you should put this picture up again in the summer. it will be hard to imagine we had this much snow.
Wow, that's a lot of snow. Glad we missed it while we were visiting. :-)
I wonder if I can get my car out of the garage for groceries. Soup and PBJ are getting old.
brad, you guys are lucky. we wouldn't have done any walking or sight seeing in this weather, even though you and jason probably would have loved the excuse to be snowed in with 'halo'! :)
yes, that would have been a shame.
and meanwhile Stacy and MJ would have been strangling us.
I wish we had snow. I like snow. Instead we just have cold rain.
I love snow. I got to wear the Timberland Thinsulated quasi-duck-boots I bought my first year of college all week. How fun! (Perhaps not so fun for the other passengers on the bus the first couple of days - the last time I wore them was when I took horseback riding lessons at the Noble Horse, which is now the Noble Horse Theater where you can see plays performed on horseback). The aroma until the boots had been thoroughly rinsed by the deep snow and puddles in my 'hood was, um, interesting.
those boots were hip when i was in grammar school, just out of college and again now. smart move keeping 'em tori, i wish i had too.
Me too. My shoes were wet all day! I do like the snow, though. Just watch out for all the ice!
The only reason I kept them is b/c it's SO hard to find winter boots that fit and IMPOSSIBLE to find ones that fit AND look good.
These don't really fit nor do they look good, but they are warm and keep my feet dry. And paid for. By my dad. In 1991.